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Removing JPEG modification

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Hi. I was wondering if anyone knew any software that would be able to remove some simple editing done to a JPEG using the images metadata or another method. I've used the following pictures as an example.

In this picture I have added a black box and the players name....
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I am looking to restore the image back to its original, like this....
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Thanks for any help!

Edited by PearlJamNoCode, 18 January 2009 - 07:12 PM.

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A jpg image is a compressed format, everything is flattened. You cannot retrieve pixels that no longer exist.

If there were a way, it would likely violate someone's copyright, so we cannot help you with it regardless.
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